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Minute MaidÂ® Premium Lemon Juice - 7.5 fl oz Plastic Bottle
100% PURE LEMON JUICE FROM CONCENTRATE NO PRESERVATIVES OR ADDITIVES
CONTAINS PURE FILTERED WATER, CONCENTRATED LEMON JUICE.
In a 5 mL serving, Minute Maid lemon juice from concentrate contains no significant nutrients
Same amount of lemon oil, if any, as fresh lemon juice. It is not a soft drink. It is reconstituted lemon juice from concentrate with no sweeteners of preservatives.Chimichanga wrote:does the store bought lemon juice contain oil? it says it contains lemon oil, not sure what that is. Can you use minute maide juice in place of fresh lemon? It's not a soft drink right?
I buy it in WalMart and regular supermarkets. Never had a problem finding a store that carries it. Usually right next to the 6 or 12 oz containers of frozen orange juice concentrate.Chile wrote:Interesting about that frozen lemon juice. I've never seen that, but I've never looked either. Would it be by the frozen fruit beverage concentrates in mainstream grocery stores or only in natural food stores like Wild Oats? Anyone know?
secdroid wrote: Take it home, thaw in the fridge, and use for eight weeks -- if it lasts that long.
Forgot to mention that I use a fair amount of lemon. I was raised in a home where we put lemon juice on spinach and fish, as well as adding it to tea.VeggieSue wrote:This is why I buy the smallest bottle of store brand - the juice *does* last that long, because I rarely use it, so the bottle usually gets outdated long before it's even half empty. Even those tiny lemon-sized squeeze bottles I had to toss out when I discover them weeks after their use-by date. When a recipe calls for a teaspoon of juice, even 4 ounces goes a long way.
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